The new emails revealed examples of media collusion with Hillary Clinton on broadcast election events.
While working for CNN, Donna Brazile leaked questions to the Clinton campaign one day before Hillary faced Bernie Sanders for a town hall event.
Brazile now serves as chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee after Debbie Wasserman Schutlz resigned due to the DNC leaks scandal, which revealed institutional bias against Bernie Sanders.
"Here's one that worries me about HRC." Brazile wrote before providing a question on the death penalty.
One day later, Hillary faced Bernie Sanders for the CNN Democratic Presidential Town Hall in Columbus, Ohio.
"Secretary Clinton, since 1976, we have executed 1,414 people in this country. Since 1973, 156 who were convicted have been exonerated from the death row. This gentleman here is one of them," CNN moderator Roland Martin told Clinton.
Then, Ricky Jackson, a former death row inmate, delivered his emotionally charged question to Hillary.
"It's okay, brother," the CNN moderator said.
"(...) I would like to know how can you still take your stance on the death penalty in light of what we know right now," Jackson said to Hillary.
"You know, this is such a profoundly difficult question," Hillary began her response.
Now, we see Hillary faced few "profoundly difficult" questions that night, thanks to the current chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee.
The kabukiesque amount of stylization and preparation behind these "town halls" only serves to level the playing field for the robotic candidate.
Down to Jackson's salty tears, the entire spectacle ran through the channels of the Clinton campaign an entire day before American living rooms.
On Sunday, Brazile warned Americans of the dangers behind peaking at her emails.
"George, when you see something postmarked from Russia, you should be afraid to open up the document," Brazile said.
"But these are legit, aren't they?" ABC's George Stephanopoulos asked.
"When you see what -- I don't know. I -- I refuse to open these documents. I refuse to allow a foreign government, a foreign -- or foreign communities -- to interfere and meddle and manipulate information. So I don't know if it's true or not true," Brazile said.